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President Donald Trump talks with reporters on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, as he prepares to board Marine One for the short trip to Andrews Air Force Base. Trump is traveling to Texas and Ohio before heading to New York for the upcoming United Nations General assembly. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Trump's got his U.N. priorities straight

- The Washington Times

President Donald Trump has decided that instead of sitting through yet another -- yawn -- climate change meeting at the United Nations, he's going to discuss something that really matters, that's truly important, that's actually crucial to the world at-large: religious freedom. You go Trump. This is what matters.

Climate bogeyman

The Washington Times and many media outlets have printed stories about Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg and other children frightened of climate change ("Prophet or puppet? Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg's arrival ignites exploitation debate," Web, Aug. 29). I've spent thousands of hours studying the issue and have come up with questions for Greta et al. I can't answer these questions and neither, it seems, can Greta and her friends.

Pro-lifers gain ground

The article "Obamacare mandate eyed as a cause for record decline in abortions" (Web, Sept. 18) suggests several reasons for the decline of abortion. One very likely cause is that pro-abortion women are aborting their children who, if allowed to be born, would probably have grown up to be pro-abortion as well. Pro-life women are giving birth to their children and raising them to be pro-life. Therefore, most of the children born in the U.S. since January 1973 are the result of mothers who chose life.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., left, takes the stage with, from left, former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., for the Democratic presidential primary debate hosted by ABC on the campus of Texas Southern University Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019, in Houston. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Big Business helps keep America free

- The Washington Times

Sens. Elizabeth Warren and others on the left have made entire political careers out of denouncing Big Business. But America should go slow on ye olde "Hate Business" path. Not only do companies bail out plenty in need. But they also help keep America free by taking on costly responsibilities that would otherwise fall to Big Government.

The Glorious Sons band (Photo courtesy of Jonathan Weiner)

Canada's best export: The Glorious Sons

Canada exports nearly $100 billion in mineral fuels each year, more than $60 billion in vehicles and billions of dollars more in wood, plastics and aircraft. Their finest export however, may be a group of guys that go by the name The Glorious Sons.

United Nations Security Council vote on a humanitarian draft resolution for Syria, which fail to gain the support of Russia and China, Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019, at U.N. headquarters. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

U.N. staff call on U.N. to practice what it climate preaches

- The Washington Times

More than 2,000 employees of the United Nations have called on their own U.N. bosses to practice what they preach when it comes to the environment and reduce their own carbon footprints. Gasp. Might that mean the global elite would have to give up their cushy-albeit-carbon-heavy private jet travels? Indeed.

'Deceiving the Sky' (book jacket)

BOOK REVIEW: 'Deceiving the Sky'

Mr. Gertz describes President Trump as a powerful hawk on China who is adamant that dealing with the Chinese threat be among his highest priorities, so the tide is turning.

Michael Savage, talk radio icon, rides aboard Air Force One with President Donald Trump. (Image courtesy of Michael Savage)

Michael Savage's 'hot dog summit' with Trump

- The Washington Times

Move over, beer summit. This president, Donald Trump, doesn't drink. What he does do is eat hot dogs -- and aboard Air Force One, he shared one with none other than talk radio icon Michael Savage. As far as memories go, that's a pretty cool one.

New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown ties his shoe during an NFL football practice, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) **FILE**

LOVERRO: Finding humanity in all NFL stars is no easy task

LeBron James wants to humanize football players through a project he has called the "Glass Helmet" -- the idea being that fans and the media have the opportunity to connect with these players as people, rather than as gladiators whose faces are obscured on the football field.

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